Re: computationalism and supervenience

From: Bruno Marchal <>
Date: Sun, 27 Aug 2006 15:52:07 +0200

Le 26-août-06, à 16:35, 1Z a écrit :

>> And since the computer may be built and programmed in an arbitrarily
>> complex way, because any physical
>> system can be mapped onto any computation with the appropriate
>> mapping rules,
> That is not a fact.

It would make sense, indeed, only if the map is computable, and in this
case I agree it has not been proved. Again UDA makes such question non
relevant, given that the physical is secondary with respect to the


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